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Author and Adult Stem Cell Scientist

Interview: Christian Drapeau

Author and Adult Stem Cell Scientist

The May issue of the journal Scientific American featured a fascinating article about stem cells and a new development. Can you give us a quick summary? In brief, it described the recent development of a novel type of experimental stem cells referred to as induced Pluripotent Stem Cells, or iPSCs. iPSCs are produced by isolating skin cells –or technically any type of cells and...

Adult Stem Cells: Rx for Ultimate Health?

Interview: Christian Drapeau

Adult Stem Cells: Rx for Ultimate Health?

Your stem cell theory is based on a non traditional perception of health and disease. Can you tell us first about the traditional? The traditional way of looking at health and disease is that someone is attacked by bacteria or a virus and you must do things to eliminate the virus or bacteria. Or, perhaps that person might have an organ that is not functioning as it should and they develop a...

America's Leading Adult Stem Cell Scientist

Interview: Christian Drapeau

America's Leading Adult Stem Cell Scientist

What is your position regarding Obama’s reversal of Bush’s stem cell policy? President Obama was facing a significant dilemma. It is a very delicate situation, mostly because the information that has been presented to the American public was twisted to serve political aims.
What information are you referring to and in what way was it twisted? An emphasis was placed on...

Author & Adult Stem Cell Scientist

Interview: Christian Drapeau

Author & Adult Stem Cell Scientist

The February 9 Time Magazine cover reads: "How the Coming Revolution in Stem Cells Could Save your Life – Diabetes, Heart Disease, Parkinson's".  We have been hearing about Stem Cell science for years. What is new in this article? Can you summarize the key point? The key point of the Time article is the description of a recently developed new way of creating stem cells, by...